NIHR Clinical Lecturer in General Practice

University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom
£68,163 to £88,358
Apr 02, 2021
Apr 27, 2021
Organization Type
University and College
Full Time
NIHR Clinical Lecturer in General Practice

Primary Care, Population Sciences and Medical Education

This post provides an excellent opportunity for a GP who has completed vocational training for general practice and completed, or almost completed, a research MD or PhD, to spend 48 months full-time (or 72 months part-time), conducting research for at least half of their working week, combined with clinical practice for the remainder. If working less than full time, the post can be extended up to a maximum of 6 years, with the academic component being at least 0.33 whole time equivalent. The appointee would have input into how they would arrange the balance between academic and clinical training

We are looking for a track record in peer-reviewed publications and grant funding, ideally including a previous doctoral training fellowship. You will be expected to continue to publish and to apply for grants, including a postdoctoral fellowship or career scientist award, during the appointment.

The Primary Care Research Centre is a member of the NIHR School for Primary Care Research (SPCR), a national collaboration between the nine departments that performed best in the 2013 REF. The SPCR provides major opportunities for additional networking, training, funding for both small and larger research projects, and extensive multicentre collaborations.

You will be helped to arrange a placement in a local general practice for the clinical component of the post.

Please note, a satisfactory DBS disclosure at Enhanced level is required for this post.

The successful candidate will need to take up the post before 31st March 2022

For further information please contact Dr Hazel Everitt, ; Professor Tony Kendrick, or Professor Michael Moore,

The Faculty of Medicine holds an Athena SWAN Silver Award demonstrating commitment to equal opportunities and gender balance in the workplace. The Faculty recognises that applicants may seek flexible working patterns which will be considered as part of the recruitment process. For further information including key benefits designed to help maintain and support employees' well-being and work-life balance, please see our working with us website pages.

We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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